Undergraduate Edition 2019-2020

Student Health Services

Student Health Services provides accessible, quality health care services and educational programs to promote the health and well-being of the student population. The services include diagnosis, treatment and follow-up on general medical and urgent health care needs, allergy injections, immunizations, depo injections, HIV testing and counseling, laboratory services, and limited pharmaceuticals.  Students may incur charges for certain services rendered at Student Health Services.

All new and transfer students taking more than four credit hours on campus and admitted to the University are required to submit a completed Medical History Form. In addition, all new and transfer students must provide an immunization record to the University as required by the North Carolina Immunization Law (General Statutes 130A-152). Readmitted students who re-enroll after an absence of six months or more must also provide Student Health Services with updated immunization records.

Immunizations along with the Medical History form must be returned to Student Health Services NO LATER THAN:



Hours of Operation

Student Health Services is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Physician hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:00 a.m to 12 pm on Friday.  Physician hours for the summer will be announced. Should a student suffer an injury or become seriously ill on campus when Student Health Services is closed, he or she should notify the Residence Life Community Director or Campus Police. Students are also encouraged to utilize the Nurse Hotline service provided by the student health insurance plan. Please call 911 to activate the local emergency management system for emergencies.